Ulrich Theodorus Hemmingson, esq. (1780 - 1869)

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Nicknames: "Ulric Theodore of Woodbury Lodge", "Ulricus"
Birthplace: Macau
Death: Died in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany
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About Ulrich Theodorus Hemmingson, esq.

In 1805 he become Esquire of Woodbury Lodge (county of Devonshire)

Extract from the Journal of the House of Lords "A certificate from the right honourable Henry Viscount Sidmouth, one of His Majesey's Principal secretaries of State, that 'ULRIC THEODORE HEMMINGSON', son of ULRIC GUALTHERUS HEMMINGSON by PETRONELLA his wife, born at Macao, in China, had produced him satisfactory proof that he conformed in all respects to the laws and regulations repecting aliens arriving at that part of the United Kingdom called Great Britain, or resident therein; and that he is a person well affected to His Majestey's royal person and government, and of orderly life and conducts was produced and read, pusuant to the standing order. ULRIC THEODORE HEMMINGSON took the Oaths appointed in order to his naturalization."

Groom surname Hemmingson Groom Forename Ulric Theodore

Bride Surname De Marguenat 
Bride Forename Louisa Julia 

Newspaper Date 10/12/1818 Wedding location Cheltenham Groom abode Woodbury Lodge, Devon Groom occupation Not given Bride's abode Moreton house, Gloucestershire Bride's Father Colonel Count De Marguenat

Woodbury Tithe Apportionment Owner Lessee Occupier Tithe No description cultivation acreage rent charge name of estate Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 744 Bramble Hill arable 3. 2. 0 £1. 0. 0 Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 747 Green Orchard orchard 2. 2. 36 19s. 6d Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 797 Quarry Park arable 9. 2. 27 £2. 6s. 6d Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 798 Greens arable 4. 2. 38 £1. 5s Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 800 Windmill Hill arable 6. 3. 32 £1. 15s. 6d Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 802 Little Gore arable 1. 0. 32 6s. 6d Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 804 Buck Field arable 4. 1. 30 £1. 3s Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 934 Parsonage Park pasture 10. 3. 15 £2. 10s. 6d Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander Pile John 935 Hoppins Meadow pasture 2. 1. 27 11s Parsonage Farm Hemmingson Ulric Alexander 1339 part of Stabbacks pasture 1. 2. 10 8s. 3d Woodbury Lodge Hemmingson Ulric Alexander 1340 house and garden 0. 1. 21 2s Woodbury Lodge Hemmingson Ulric Alexander 1341 part of Stabbacks pasture 0. 3. 32 4s. 9d Woodbury Lodge Hemmingson Ulric Alexander 1342 orchard orchard 0. 3. 3 5s Woodbury Lodge

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Ulrich Theodorus Hemmingson, esq.'s Timeline

1780
December 16, 1780
Macau
1782
July 29, 1782
Age 1
Batavia, Eiland JAVA, Nederlands Indie
1796
August 20, 1796
- August 20, 1796
Age 15

At age 17, Ulrich Theodore Hemmingson was registered ( 20/7/1798) as a student who arrived at age 15, on 20/8/1796 at Gravesend, and his current residence given as Edinburgh, Scotland.
His residence pre-arrival was given as The Hague, while his place of birth states Island of Macao.

The Register of Aliens needs to be seen against the backdrop of the Revolution in France and the ensuing French revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars of the later 18th and earlier 19th century. The specific origins of the registers lie in the declaration of war by the French Republic against Great Britain in 1793 and the unease felt by the authorities about the impact on radical elements within the Country.
The Registers form two distinct series. The first is a handwritten volume of declarations given in by foreigners before the Magistrates as to their origins, occupation, length of time in the Country and the intended duration of their stay in Edinburgh. Most declarations were made in 1794 although, for reasons unknown, the very first entry in this volume is there as a result of a search for foreigners carried out at Kyle's Lodgings in Bristo Place by Constables in April 1798.
The Registers in the second series are bound volumes of pro-formas of questions to be asked and answered before Magistrates regarding the name, origin, status, occupation, age and intentions of foreign visitors. Also given in these volumes, are the current addresses of the respondents as well as the names of the British ports through which they first entered the country. They cover the period 1798 - 1825.

1803
March 31, 1803
Age 22
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
1804
January 20, 1804
Age 23
Greater London, UK
1805
May 24, 1805
Age 24
Greater London, UK
1818
December 10, 1818
Age 37
Cheltenham, Devonshire

According to a newspaper extract,
the Wedding location was at the Groom's home, Woodbury Lodge in Cheltenham. His occupation was given as unknown,
The bride's residence at the time, was in her father's home of Moreton house, in Gloucestershire.

1821
1821
Age 40
1821
Age 40
1869
June 12, 1869
Age 88
Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany